Woods Cross is a city in Davis County, Utah, United States. It is part of the Ogden–Clearfield, Utah Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 9,761 as of the 2010 census, with an estimated population in 2014 of 11,097. Woods Cross is named after Daniel Wood, an early settler.
Things to do in Woods Cross
4 based on 33 reviews
Ordered online for pick up. Picked it up, brought it home. When I opened the to go box, the food smelled unfresh and musty. Tasted even worse. Pretty pricey for how horrible of food they serve. Won't be returning again. If you want decent Chinses, I would suggest going elsewere.
4.5 based on 191 reviews
Utah's best Chinese restaurant. Providing a wide variety of wok prepared Chinese dishes. Featuring local produce in the summer/fall and top quality ingredients year round. If you have not been, you must, it will change your life.
I grew up with excellent Chinese restaurants in Chicago. Later I enjoyed them in San Francisco and Seattle. For the last 15 years, though, it seems like every where we look for a good Chinese restaurant what we find is someplace with a buffet, simple black tables and pretty average food. It was a real treat to find an elegantly decorated restaurant with tablecloths, very attractive China and excellent wine list. The menu is extensive and everything we had was delicious. Portions are big though. We ordered an appetizer and 2 entree’s and took most of the Singapore noodles home for dinner the next night. I enjoyed the silk screen mural along the back wall. Wish we had something like this in Billings, MT
4.5 based on 144 reviews
Along with their amazing frozen custard, their burgers and onion rings are very good! The burgers taste fresh and you need to get the onion rings!
4.5 based on 38 reviews
Parsons Bakery advertises as a third generation bakery and we like what this third generation is doing. You can get traditional bakery items here, cookies, donuts, bread, but they also have artisanal bakery items that you cannot find in traditional bakeries, like kouign-amann and artisanal breads. They also serve a limited menu of lunch sandwiches and soups. Their sandwiches are served on their artisanal breads and are excellent. This bakery is a little more expensive that your typical grocery store bakery, but considering their quality ingredients and craftsmanship, they are reasonably priced for what you are getting.
4 based on 54 reviews
I was trying to find a spot for a group of 8 for dinner when I noticed in one review that they didn't seat large groups. I called the restaurant and talked to the manager and he confirmed that they could not seat 8 together. So i need to find another spot. Too bad, they sounded like a good place.
4 based on 66 reviews
A good spot close to lodging for light fare, snack, dessert and bakery items that exceeds expectations
4.5 based on 32 reviews
I ordered from this restaurant after reading some great reviews from travelers. I won't eat there again. The food was prepared by a very friendly staff but they forgot part of our "to-go" order and after tasting a sampling I decided it wasn't worth it to go back. I feel that they use alcohol in their preparation. I am not a fan of that extra flavor because I feel that it overpowers the rest of the dish.
4.5 based on 54 reviews
Ok, this is not basic Tex-Mex. if you are looking for a family Mexican Restaurant that has unique recipe's, then this is a place you will really enjoy like I did. The Carnitas Don Andres was excellent. A very unique and tasty dish. Hope you enjoy.
4 based on 51 reviews
We found this restaurant through an area search on Google but then drove past the side street it is located on in the darkness. Pulling into the parking lot there were quite a few vehicles but the restaurant is large inside and very nicely decorated. Their service was very good and the food was everything we were looking for. You have an option to make an entrée a single dinner with sides which one of us did with the spicy garlic chicken and it was perfect. We also had the eggplant/shrimp dish and there was enough to feed three! When we go back to the Bountiful area we'll eat here again.
4.5 based on 63 reviews
So, I have probably taken breakfast here at least fifteen times. Consistently excellent. The only problem is that it is small and can be crowded requiring a wait time. It is very popular with the locals. Almost always I leave with a "doggie bag" as the servings are large. I definitely would recommend, wish they would purchase the footage next door and expand to more tables, they certainly could fill them.
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